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#31 Old 11-11-2012, 01:22 AM
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Well I'm 49!.....geez old folks, have someone younger change your damn clocks and stop whining about the high tech crap! LMAO

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Just reset my clock finally. Pretty easy in the overall picture of things, but pretty anoying at the same time.
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Yes! the 2010 Murano without navigation (Canadian version at least) works exactly the same as the Nav system Mos.

I was not aware that Arizona does not use daylight savings time, Good for them as it's a pain in the A#$*.
My winter home is in S Nevada (Pacific time) about 50 yards from the AZ state line. It's very entertaining to try to remember if AZ time is currently the same as Pacific or Mountain at any given time of the year. Plus, Utah is only 35 miles up the Interstate and it's on Mountain time. We almost need a chart to keep track of it, & have learned someone driving from Utah may be an hour early if they do the time calculation wrong.
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My daughter lives in Pueblo West, Colorado and my niece in Henderson Nevada. I visit them both frequently and go from Brantford, Ontario (EST) to Pueblo then to Nevada by as many different ways as I can as it can get a bit boring until we reach the mountains. Especially going through Nebraska, or Kansas, no disrespect intended. Keeping track of the time changes can be very confusing though.

Arizona, Colorado, Utah and Nevada are fantastic places. I would love to move there, but unfortunately the Canadian Government only allows us 6 months then cuts our pensions.
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Actually I found the MO's clock pretty easy to adjust. I have had cars in the past where you had to use something like a straightened paperclip to poke in 2 little holes to change the time (a better idea from Chrysler). So, compared to that, changing the MO is a breeze!
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